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Curriculum enrichment

French Café

Pupils in Fernworthy and Burrator Class created their own French Café to practice using their conversational French which they have been learning this term.

Living History Experience

Fernworthy visited Escot and took part in some ‘living history’ as they discovered what life might have been like in an Anglo-Saxon village.


World Book Day

The whole school shared the theme of ‘The Day the Crayons Quit’ written by Drew Daywalt.

Burrator's Victorian Day

To experience what it was like being a Victorian school child, Burrator Class pupils dressed and behaved in the same way as Victorian school children. The day was filled with activities that Victorian children would have carried out, including practising handwriting and learning times tables.




A local handbell group came into school to work with Burrator Class. They performed some traditional Christmas carols and allowed the pupils to play the handbells. The carols performed included Jingle Bells and Rudolf the Red Nosed Reindeer. This was a very inspiring opportunity for many of the pupils and it is hoped that the school may also be able to develop its own handbell group as so many of the children were enthusiastic to continue to practice their new skills.

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